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Layne Rush, and together they get swept into a deadly treasure hunt for a mythical lost oasis. Vampire hunter Elena Deveraux knows she's the best - but she doesn't know if she's good enough for this job. Hired by the dangerously beautiful Archangel Raphael, a being so lethal that no mortal wants his attention, only one thing is clear - failure is not an option Because this time, it's not a wayward vamp she has to track. It's an archangel gone bad. The job will put Elena in the midst of a killing spree like no other, and pull her to the razor's edge of passion.

Sela Gordon, shy owner of a Tennessee general store, prefers solitude. But when he warns her that a catastrophic solar storm with the capability of taking down the power grids is approaching, Sela must come out of her shell and be the leader Wears Valley needs. When Earth space marine Harper Adams finds herself abducted by alien slavers off a space station, her life turns into a battle for survival.

Dumped into an arena on a desert planet on the outer rim, she finds herself face to face with a big, tattooed alien gladiator A former prince abandoned to the arena as a teen, Raiden Tiago has long ago earned his freedom. Now he rules the arena, but he doesn't fight for the glory, but instead for his own dark purpose - revenge against the Thraxian aliens who destroyed his planet. On the outside, Dina Demille is the epitome of normal. She runs a quaint Victorian Bed and Breakfast in a small Texas town, owns a Shih Tzu named Beast, and is a perfect neighbor, whose biggest problem should be what to serve her guests for breakfast.

Kidnapped from Earth, aboard a slave ship, Anya is thrown in a cell with Zar, a handsome half-lion gladiator, and forced to breed or be killed. Cassandra Chamberlain has always stood out. It's hard not to at 6'1" and pounds, with jet black hair and sapphire blue eyes. And if that isn't enough, she is also brilliant, graduating from Harvard at 15, teaching at MIT at 19, and up for the prestigious Magellan Award at She's never really fit in.

Not with her peers, not with her contemporaries, only with her family. But everything changes when the Earth is attacked, and Cassandra and her niece, Victoria, are the only survivors. Suddenly the smartest woman on the planet has to relearn everything. I was having a cold coffee with my best friend Vivian when the whole world went upside-down.

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Instead, he and two fellow SEALs are in danger - and Caite is forced to put her career and her life on the line to save them. Carnage is a Gargoyle. He's also volatile, dangerous, unpredictable, and lonely. One evening minding his own business at the edge of the sanctuary he calls home, he spies a female. A human female, and she's running headlong into his swamps, with no regard for her own safety.

Then he sees the reason; three men, and they're hot on her trail, torches in hand, hell bent on catching her before she can get away. For months, Molly Sullivan endures the inexplicable: electrical surges, car breakdowns, visions. She even wonders if she might be the cause Then she discovers her husband has cheated on her. Now Molly realizes she is a newly awakening witch and a woman pushed over the edge.

Any other woman would have panicked during a rescue, but the wily dancer kept her cool - even after being kidnapped. For Allye, finding sanctuary in the arms - and bed - of Rogers is only temporary. People are disappearing off the streets of San Francisco, victims of the same underground trade that targeted her, and Allye could be the key to dismantling the entire operation.

Only one man and his team can save her…the covert, black ops Team 52, and the distrusting former CIA operative who drives her crazy…. January James has a motto: live life to the fullest. A terrible incident in her past, where she lost both her mother and her innocence, taught her that. Now she spends her days on archeological digs doing the work she loves. When her team uncovers a pair of dangerous artifacts in an overgrown temple, she knows they need to be secured and safeguarded.

But someone else knows about the artifacts…and will kill to get them. Working for the CIA, Seth Lynch learned the hard way that people lie and will always stab you in the back. He has the scars to prove it. When he learns that the feisty, independent archeologist who works his last nerve has died in a plane crash, he makes it his mission to discover who the hell is responsible.

Deep in the jungle, Seth rescues a very-much alive January and it is up to him to keep both her and the artifacts safe. Another great narration from Stella Bloom. Book 2 in the Team 52 series takes the reader to the jungles of Guatemala and back in an action packed tale of mystery and romance with some history thrown in. However, when the paths of these two cross and intertwine, everything changes.

Not always for the best. On the other side of the Great Lake the matters are as bad, if not worse. The war is relentless, pursued ferociously, claiming a heavy price. Not always enough food is stored for the winters. The danger of perpetual raids prevents fields from being tended properly, and sometimes hunting expeditions receive lower priority than the war parties.

Wise people are worried, but they are at loss as to the proper solution. Something must be done, but what? Two Rivers' arrival on this side of the Sparkling Water is greeted with doubt. But Tekeni's ever-ready translating services and his independent explanations, often accompanied with much embellishment as to the mysterious visitor's mission, help. Challenged but not too often, they are making a good progress, gathering allies, overcoming suspicion.


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Yet, Tekeni has a promise to keep, a promise that doesn't go well with his loyalty to the man who had saved his life. And the true challenge is still ahead of Two Rivers. The test of the falls in the lands of the Mohawk People will prove the divine nature of his mission, will make them listen, but first he needs to survive it.

With the first powerful nation convinced, Two Rivers, now accepted and held to be the Messenger of the Great Spirits, began working for real. To organize the Mohawk People was a challenge in itself, but to make them share a pipe with Oneida People , their closest neighbors to the west, turned out to be even more difficult. And then on, to the west, to draw in more nations, Seneca and Cayuga , and the last, the most difficult people to convince - the Onondagas. Countless gatherings, endless councils, solving problems, dilemmas, impasses, the task of organizing the League of Five Nations seemed to be impossible at times.

But he was the Messenger of the Great Spirits and the man of the vision. Yet, will the Great Peace demand of both Tekeni and Two Rivers sacrifice their private happiness for its sake? A full year have passed since the First Gathering, when the Law of the Great Peace was delivered to the Five Nations, memorized, sanctified, regulated with the government composed out of fifty representatives instructed as to the ways of conducting their future annual meetings. Time to convene the Second Gathering.

And yet, the Peacemaker is unable to sit back and enjoy the fruits of his work.

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More people should be drawn into the Great League, he maintains, while traveling far and wide, talking to distant nations, inviting their representatives to come and sit around the Central Fire of the Great Council. A questionable business, according to some of the local leaders. However, the real trouble arises when the delegation from across the Great Lake arrives, invited by Two Rivers himself.

A natural invitation. Weren't his former people good enough to participate in the union of his creation? However, those who wish him harm see a different sort of opportunity, not beneath acting dirty, proving too devious even for Tekeni, now an influential leader despite his young age, brilliant in organizing and getting things done.

The problems escalate fast, but will they threaten the Great Peace itself and not only its creator? Tekeni is determined to safe both, but when the past comes to haunt him, he finds himself with too many troubles on his hands to cope with them all. Five nations, five families, five hearths, one longhouse — this is how the Great Peacemaker had put it, while giving the Longhouse People his exhaustive, intricate, wonderfully detailed set of laws.

What worked for families and clans, apparently worked for nations as well. And even though this remarkable man had mysteriously disappeared after the first, or maybe the second, gatherings, what he left behind had flourished and prospered, developing into real regional power. In the far east, along the Hudson River, relative newcomers had found a new home, people who had migrated to these areas over the recent decades or more, people who had nothing to do with the Great League to their west.

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Known to us today as Mahicans , they called themselves River People, making their living by working the land, hunting and fishing, dwelling in mid-sized villages and towns that spread all over the bountiful rivers and woods. When on one such foray she spots a warriors force from the lands of the setting sun, her skills of running and reading the earth comes in most handily, even though they are, as always, not appreciated at first.

Okwaho knew they were being watched. Whether by spirits or a wandering local, he could not ignore the feeling of the wary, frightened, hate-filled eyes staring out of the forest, burning his skin. But of course! Of course, the local woods distrusted them. He and his people were invaders, not coming to trade or engage in other peaceful dealings, but to raid these settlements. The enemies from the lands of the rising sun were bad, evil, impossible to understand. And yet…. Desperate to prove their worth, both Kentika and Okwaho go out of their way to make their leaders listen, bringing along a clash that would influence many lives, their own included.

The notorious Crooked Tongues from the other side of Lake Ontario, rumored to now be organized into a sort of an alliance, were posing a threat, more so than ever before. And yet, the War Chief, out of all people, was the one advocating negotiations, insisting on seeking a peaceful solution to the generations-long hostility and war. His followers were puzzled, the opposition outraged. Meanwhile, Kentika has her own troubles to face. Was it ever easy for a foreigner to fit into a new life? For a girl who never even fit in among her own people, the challenge was becoming nearly impossible.

But then, on top of it all, the political trouble hit. The question of who his mother was puzzled Ogteah, but not to the extent of bothering him for real. His other troubles, the results of his life as a gambler and a lightweight, breezy and free of responsibility, were the ones to land him in trouble time after time. The people of his own hometown frowned, more and more direfully as the summers passed, until his mounting transgressions made him leave for good, mainly to stop embarrassing his father.

A great leader and a very dedicated person, his father was working hard to create an alliance between their own people and their various neighbors, mainly in order to contain the traditional enemy from the other side of the Great Lake. No troublesome newcomers entered her thoughts or caught her attention, certainly not a good-for-nothing gambler with a mysterious past.

Having survived a brutal kidnapping but determined to forget all about it, she was busy carving a new life in her new surroundings, set on ensuring that it would shelter her from any more dangerous happenings. Large-scale politics were of no consequence, whether those of her former Longhouse People or her new Crooked Tongued countryfolk. Tucked between two growing unions, the mighty Great League and the newly formed alliance of the Wyandot to the north, the Long Tails tried to remain neutral, playing for time, doing little while earning no respect from their powerful neighbours on either side.

However, there were some who were enraged by the shameful neutrality. Although Aingahon was not one of those. His reasons for hating the Great League were personal, his desire to take the warpath originating in a thirst for revenge. Leading a serious faction of rebellious elements from his town and its surroundings, he was determined to make the enemies of his people pay; still he got nowhere, until Tsutahi, the mysterious girl from the woods, had crossed his path, changing his world in ways he could never have foreseen. Back in the lands of the Great League, the generation of younger leaders, Ganayeda and Okwaho - not to mention Ogteah, the newcomer facing new troubles and challenges - sensed the winds of change as well.

The relationship between the Five Nations, conducted just like the Great Peacemaker's legacy prescribed, wasn't enough, not anymore. A closer cooperation between the nations might be needed, a mutual help and support, even if it came to sending reinforcements and fighting in wars that were not strictly theirs. The War Chief's sons' way of going about pushing their plans was as unconventional as it was forceful and decisive.

To bend laws and customs was not the same as breaking them. Or so they thought, heading toward the inevitable clash with the notorious Long Tails from the west, a clash of proportions neither side could have foreseen or foretold. When approached with a request to spy on his former people, Ogteah rejected the mere idea of it vehemently, even though it made his loyalty to his current people suspected, to a degree.

It was shabby, unfitting, more suited of the old Ogteah from his previous life. In his turn, Ahal, the lead tribute collector of Lesser Sun City, did not expect to encounter wild villagers set on getting themselves into great deal of trouble. Still, when challenged with wild escapades and outright murder, he went about solving the trouble in an innovative way, not fond of executing people, even villagers guilty of proven crimes. And yet, he could not have surmised that the chain of events his decisions unleashed were to cause a storm that was about to shake his city and its royal family to their very core.

Recovering from the terrible fright of the blackened sun, the royal family of Quachil Thecou found itself receiving a foreign delegation from the far east, an ordinary enough event but for the possibilities the Lady Female Sun saw. Thus Ahal and Iciwata found themselves caught in the unscrupulous struggle for power between the two royal siblings, trapped in a grand game far beyond their depth, pitted against each other, trying to do the right thing, with Sele engaging in imprudent adventures of her own, underestimating the danger, playing with it.

Invading the north with a flotilla of twelve war canoes and numerous auxiliaries, Tattooed Serpent did so confidently, with great vigor and expectation.

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However, it had been Ahal who encountered the mysterious northern barbarians first. Surprised by the raiding party that did not expect to run into forces stationed at the mouth of the Northern River, Ahal conducted a fierce if brief battle, which helped to enhance his worth in the eyes of his royal leader, as well as to heighten the jealousy of his equal in command, the shifty Taotal.

However, the leader of the invaders managed to escape the battle unscathed and the consequences of this first clash appeared to be more far-reaching than Ahal or even Tattooed Serpent himself could have foreseen or foretold. Mississippians is a general term for culturally related people, who had flourished from Midwest all the way to the Southeast of today's USA, dealing with large-scale agriculture, wide network of trade, ambitious architecture undertakings in the form of huge earthwork pyramids serving several purposes and more.

Their society was usually complex and the separation classes not uncommon, especially in the largest urban central of them all, Cahokia - the beautiful gem of the Mississippian culture. Settled around the 7th century, Cahokia gradually evolved into a great urban center, populated more densely than London of the same time. Over hundred mounds spread through the busy bubbling, noisy city, with its crowded neighborhoods, plazas, marketplaces and different-size pyramids, some ridge-top for the burial purposes, some flat, platform-top for the ceremonial ones.

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    The city is restless, some say even in decline, with more bad than good harvests, series of hurricanes, and general unrest among the population. A stronger ruler is needed, or so some of the royal family members think, having in mind their own candidates for replacement. Acoto, a hardened veteran warrior and an ambitious leader, doesn't wish to be involved in any of that, but when he is summoned back to the city he learns that to keep away from the whirlpool of royal intrigues might prove impossible. Maneuvered into doing the unspeakable, he still hopes to reach his goals by sailing to the far northeast, to restore the fading glory of the empire against encroaching 'barbarians'.

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